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Bizarre (1899)



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Author: Lebanon Valley College
Volume: 1899
Subject: Lebanon Valley College; Universities and colleges; college yearbooks; college-yearbooks; Lebanon Valley College-students-yearbooks
Publisher: Lebanon Valley College
Pages: 210
Possible copyright status: This item is in the public domain.
Language: English
Call number: LD2951 .L265 1899
Digitizing sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation
Book contributor: Lebanon Valley College, Vernon and Doris Bishop Library
Collection: lebanonvalleycollege; americana

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The Lebanon Valley College yearbook was known as The Bizarre from 1899-1915 and then changed to The Quittapahilla from 1916 to present. There is no yearbook from 1903. These works reflect the time of their creation and as such provide historical and cultural data. They contain content that is no longer representative of the attitudes and policies of Lebanon Valley College. In making this data available, the college is not endorsing the content.


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